memory trace

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a postulated biochemical change (presumably in neural tissue) that represents a memory


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Role of Cerebellar Cortical Protein Synthesis in Transfer of Memory Trace of Cerebellum-Dependent Motor Learning.
In the Hintzman model a memory trace is a record of an experience or episode which is represented as a trace or vector, an ordered list of features or attributes.
Memory traces can also be enhanced by manipulating any of the other design elements including line, form, texture and even smell.
8) Libeskind's house for the Jewish Museum is composed of innumerable memory traces.
Abhinava's specific account of the processes of blocking parts of a signified, semantemes, as Lacan calls them, is similar to the psycho-linguistic account of repression, foreclosure, censorship, and the subsequent transformation of the signifier: the return of the repressed (and repudiated) memory trace.
0") weighs only 3 lbs and supports PCIe data transmission rates up to 8 GT/s, data link widths up to x4, and up to 32 GB memory trace depth in a single compact unit configuration.
Braude argues against the memory trace theory of explanation, which is used widely in philosophy, psychology, and neurophysiology.
Training the flies to associate an odour with an electric shock changed how these cells responded to odours by developing a modification in gamma lobe neuron activity, known as a memory trace.
The MTC allows capture of real-time code flow with powerful triggering capabilities and deep memory trace while using Agilent Windows(R)-based logic analyzers.
I'm sure it's going to be very difficult to extract the kind of memory trace you're after from all of these artists because everybody will have the same thing to say.
2) Recognition is possible without ever reactivating the memory trace in the intervening period.
It has long been known that the central nervous system "remembers" painful experiences, that they leave a memory trace of pain.